anthony at cajuntechie.org
Thu May 12 20:21:37 UTC 2016
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On 05/12/2016 03:05 PM, Alexis Wattel wrote:
> Excerpts from Jerry Rocteur's message of May 12, 2016 2:47 pm:
>> I tried to post this before but it never got to the list I
>> think. I wanted to subscribe to ProtonMail, which I discovered
>> from reading posts here on this list.
>> I wanted to get your opinion, is ProtonMail a good solution for
>> encrypted mails or should I look at alternatives.
>> I’ve searched and read quite a few articles and I understand
>> that nothing is really secure .. I also have my own Debian server
>> on the web so I’m open to suggestions if any of you has an
>> Thanks in advance,
> If you have your own server, I'd say go for setting up your own
> mail server! This way you are sure about who has your mail. Of
> course, you ought to have some minimal technical capacity to do
> that. It mostly depends on what feature you want.
Just to add a bit to what Alexis said, check out iRedMail. It's a
complete mail solution that supports POP3/IMAP and SMTP and includes
web mail (RoundCube Mail) right out of the box. Setup and config takes
less than 30 minutes.
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